36: Mercury Capri
In sort of a last-ditch effort to boost sales in the 1990s, Ford released a little convertible called the Mercury Capri. While the design was commendable, it was lacking the refinement to connect with consumers. There were other competitors on the market that offered a better value, a case in point is the Mazda Miata. The Capri was sort of a car that was cobbled together and the styling was bland at best when you compared it to others (via Road and Track).
The build quality was also questionable at best and the Capri never sold very well. Ford kept the car on the market for a short period, but it was discontinued. Mercury would never offer another convertible model again and the Capri has become a collector’s item in recent years.